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The Business of Buildings Asset Management Course: Meet the Modules
During this comprehensive program, you'll learn the fundamental competencies of asset management—an essential skill set for today’s property manager. The program will be offered virtually this year from September 9-10.
Module 1: Asset Management through the Lens of the Investment Cycle
Explore the basics of asset management, including what drives commercial real estate investments. Discover best practices for acquiring assets; key elements of management during the asset holding period; and strategies for selling assets.
Module 2: Impacting the Bottom Line: Creating Asset Value and Controlling Costs
Learn a variety of methods for creating value through acquired assets, as well as how to distinguish the impact of increasing income from decreasing expenses, particularly within the context of lease structuring.
Module 3: Making Strategic Decisions based on Economic Trends and Market Conditions
Find out how to account for local real estate market conditions and current economic trends as you weigh whether to acquire new assets, sell existing ones or change strategies for management of assets in the holding period.
Module 4: Capital Planning for Increased Financial Returns
Learn what to consider when evaluating the potential value increase to be achieved through capital improvements.
Module 5: Developing a Leasing Plan to Maximize Value
Address a variety of factors to be evaluated when developing a leasing plan. Through the analysis of these factors, you’ll learn how to consider long-term impacts to investment objectives.
Module 6: Capstone Exercise
Apply your knowledge through building case studies before taking your knowledge into the “real world.”
Earn Continuing Education Credit (CEU):
This certificate may be applied as 10 credit hours to the point requirement in the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program to maintain active status in the BOMI International RPA and FMA designation programs. It may also be applied for 10 hours toward the education hours required to take the Certified Manager of Commercial Properties (CMCP) exam or continuing education units for other education requirements.